Join us for “a night of immersive LIVE electronic music and visual performance” presented by Northwest Film Forum and Decibel. This Thursday is Action Potential featuring Laurel Halo at Kremwerk. Local support comes from You’re Me [1080p/B.C.] and Bardo:Basho [Elevator/SEA] doing live sets, DJ Explorateur [Rare Aire, False Prophet, TUF/SEA] and real-time visual mixing by Leo Mayberry. “Techno is a meditative force that can process darkness and remove problems…in their place, the ideal of a non-threatening, transcended, sexually charged headspace emerges”. — Laurel Halo Laurel Halo is a producer and live electronic musician from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Influenced by her Midwest roots, the music speaks to new club ecologies, explored via abstracted rhythms, chaotic ambiance and moody jazz elements. As Halo once told to The Wire Magazine, “Techno is a meditative force that can process darkness and remove problems … in their place, the ideal of a non-threatening, transcended, sexually charged headspace emerges.” Physical process and temporal drift are recurring motifs in Halo’s discography. She has released two-full length albums on the London-based electronic label Hyperdub Records. Almost two years old, Kremwerk is quickly becoming the premier venue for curious dancers to explore, experiment, and experience an exotic side of electronic dance music. By cultivating a culture where consent is strictly enforced, the bathrooms are gender-neutral, and signs are posted reminding you not to use your cell phone on the dance floor; this ultra-modern and intimate setting is certainly capable of facilitating fluid consciousness and cosmic interplay. Ticket Options and Show Details here Doors at 8 p.m. / 21+ Colin Drake Colin is an electronic musician and writer in Seattle. Passionate about rave safety, music production, dark techno, and orange juice.